BTWSPVA Students Chalk It Up with CUT

One Arts Plaza’s neighboring Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts students, recently partnered with OAP tenant, charlieuniformtango (CUT) on an incredible project! The gifted juniors and seniors used their talents to freshen up the cutting-edge, digital production company’s chalkboard displayed inside their office space.

“We strive to support the arts in Dallas, and this is a fun way to support these talented students. Everyone enjoys the art so much,” said Lola Lott, charlieuniformtango principal/CEO. 

“We’re grateful to have the opportunity to decorate tango’s chalkboard,” said Paige Furr, BTW Visual Arts Coordinator. “The kids love to do this!”

Charlieuniformtango is a full service commercial post-production facility specializing in creative editorial, visual effects, audio mixing, and digital production. With an impressive client list that includes Chick-Fil-A, American Airlines, Home Depot, McDonalds and more, it’s no wonder CUT is celebrating its 21st year in the biz. We, at OAP, are pleased they’ve chosen to call our offices “home” for the last seven years.

Shown (left to right): Booker T. Washington (BTW) High School for the Performing and Visual Arts students Vivie Behrens, Azra Zuniga, Lisette Ayala, and Jamie Lerman in front of their latest artwork on charlieuniformtango’s chalkboard.

Courtesy of BTWSPVA